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Washington, D.C., is a city like no other in the United States. A Greek Doric temple houses a colossal cult statue (the Lincoln Memorial). A Roman triumphal arch monumentalizes the main train depot (Union Station). Roman equestrian statues celebrate victorious American generals (Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Plaza). Virtually join GW professor Elise Friedland as she explores the role of Greek and Roman art and architecture in the planning, building and decorating of America’s capital city.
This program will take place on Zoom. To participate, please register online, and we will email you a link and instructions for joining. Simply follow that link at the time the program starts (12 p.m. EDT / 9 a.m. PDT). When you register, you can also request to receive a reminder email one day before the program with the link included.